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A big step towards multi-platform Docker images

You might have missed some interesting image format-related advancements in the Docker registry and engine if you weren’t already paying attention to work that has been in-flight since mid-2015. Specifically, earlier this year a new image format specification was included in...

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All in a day’s work (from home)

When I read this excellent post from Jason Zimdars on working from home (nodding along in recognition much of the way through), I realized I have now been working from home for almost half of my...

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Docker 1.10: Security and User Namespaces

I’ve had some amount of ownership and code in the Docker engine since the 1.3.0 release way back in October 2014. But there is definitely something very special about the latest 1.10 release given...

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Riding the clouds to Tokyo

A quick succession of late year conferences is starting this week as I head to Tokyo for the bi-annual OpenStack Summit. While I am not involved in the OpenStack community directly, my Open Technologies...

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It’s the community, stupid.

So, given a potentially international audience, the title of this blog entry is a spin of an old US presidential campaign phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid!” But what do I mean by that? Well,...

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User namespaces have arrived in Docker!

02/08/2016 UPDATE: Check out my latest blog post on security and user namespaces now that Docker 1.10 is officially released. 01/13/2016 UPDATE: User namespaces have migrated out of experimental for inclusion in the Docker 1.10 release slated for...

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Using TLS with the Docker engine

If you already use Docker, you probably know that, by default, the Docker engine’s REST API is accessible via a UNIX socket which is created when the daemon starts.  This allows the local Docker client (or...